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In the absence of a national policy on climate change, IC steps up institutional efforts.  by Doug McInnis

As the planet heats up, a lot of people have waited for Washington to set an aggressive national policy to curb greenhouse gases. Ithaca College isn’t waiting—on the government or anyone else.

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Lee Bird ’86 has a demanding career and busy family life, but keeps his cool.   by Jeff Candura '01

Lee Bird ’86 had a problem. It was the beginning of the school year. His oldest child, a high school senior and member of her school’s water polo team, came home to report that all of her games this...

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Michael Faber celebrates a quarter century as leader of IC’s Jewish community.  by Khrista Trerotola '07

When you say Michael Faber’s name, the first thing that comes to mind is Michael smiling,” says Raphael “Rafi” Golberstein ’06, past student board member of Hillel and current member...

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International study is an important part of higher education.

Understanding a variety of cultures has always been a valuable ability, and perhaps at no other time in history has it been as critical for success—not only in one’s career, but in all aspects of life. The world is more interconnected than ever, and this trend will only...

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Fulbrights, Vergiu Cornea, LGBT, Lee Bailey, and Deborah Buffton

Double Fulbrights in 1986
Having been a Fulbright recipient as well as an Ithaca College graduate, I read with great interest David Maley’s article “Fulbright Scholars Galore” (“South Hill Today,” 2006/4)....

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